Goshen duo signs with Grace College

by | Mar 22, 2018 | RRSN News | 0 comments

Goshen High School is proud to announce student athletes across the school that plan to attend college to study a specific major and compete in athletics after high school. We have multiple students that plan to take their skills and education onto the next level.

Philip Wertz: Philip is the son of Jeff and Tracy Wertz. He will be attending Grace College to study Actuarial Science and play on the baseball team. Phil is in the National Honors Society, Student Council, PACT, and is a member of his church Youth Group.  Phil played baseball and basketball for GHS in his 4 years.

Joseph Peebles: Joey is the son of Travis and Jen Davidson (father John Peebles). Joey will be attending Grace College to study Mechanical Engineering and play on the baseball team. He is a member of PACT, Intramural basketball, and is a member of his church Youth Group. Joey played baseball all 4 years and was a lifter on the cheer team the past 3 years.

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